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Louise Humphreys

Portrait of lecturer in Architecture Louise Humphreys

Industry and Practice Module Convenor

Areas of interest

  • Current professional practice
  • Project delivery
  • Links between academic works and professional practice.

Academic qualifications

RIBA Part III, Part II, Dip. Arch, Part I, BArch (Hons)

Professional bodies/affiliations

  • Member, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
  • Practicing architect, Architects Registration Board (ARB).

Career path

Louise is a qualified architect with a broad portfolio of design experience in architecture and exhibition design. She studied her RIBA Part I at the University of Nottingham her Part II at the Bartlett, University College London and Part III at the University of Westminster.

 

She set up LVHA in 2016, concentrating on private residential work. She previously delivered a number projects ranging from large schools projects, intricate residential refurbishments and exhibition design to furniture and interior design. She worked for award winning Sheppard Robson Architects specialising in education sector design; working on projects such as London Business School, The Sammy Ofer Centre, and Shelfield Community Academy, Walsall. Prior to that she worked in museum and exhibition design at Metaphor Ltd.

 

In addition to her practice work, Louise, taught at: the University of Creative Arts (UCA) and The Cass – London Metropolitan University, as well as being a guest critic at Oxford Brookes. She is also a RIBA Part III Examiner at the University of Westminster.

Publications

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